Essays, Jazz, Musings
Published writer, jazz musician, investor and bon vivant, David combines a broad education in the classics, and experience in business and the arts to bring you in-depth essays that focus on political economy.
“In questions of power let no more be heard of confidence in man, but bind him down from mischief by the claims of the Constitution.”
– Thomas Jefferson – “Kentucky Resolutions,” November, 1798
Enter the mind of San Francisco native, David Parker.
With his hand on the rudder of reason, countering waves of opposition, David Parker says, “If you’re looking behind you you’re not looking where you’re going.”
Boasting a master’s degree in music and a master’s degree in economics, David’s central theme is the idea of a free society, the notion that political, social and economic freedoms are inherently interconnected.
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